Wexford are the guests at Carlisle Grounds on Monday for the First Division meeting with home side Bray Wanderers.
Our Bray Wanderers v Wexford tips, poll and stats can be seen in full below (plus the best game odds).
Bray Wanderers will be wanting a better result here following the 1-0 First Division loss in their previous game against Waterford.
It has not been often in recent times that Bray Wanderers have managed to hold out for a full 90 minutes. The reality is that Bray Wanderers have seen their defence breached in 5 of their previous 6 games, letting in 13 goals on the way.
Wexford head into the match following on from a 2-1 First Division win with the defeat of Longford Town in their most recent match.
The stats tell the story, and Wexford have been scored against in 5 of their last 6 games, seeing their opponents hit 9 goals in all. In defence, Wexford have seen their frailties exposed. Historical results aside, we will just have to wait and see whether such a trend shall be sustained in this next match.
Coming into this clash, Wexford have not been beaten in their last 2 away league matches.
Head to head
A look at their past head-to-head clashes going back to 11/09/2020 shows that Bray Wanderers have won 3 of them & Wexford 1, with the tally of draws being 2.
A sum of 17 goals were shared by the two clubs throughout the course of those matches, with 10 from The Seagulls and 7 for The Warriors. That’s an average goals per game of 2.83.
Team News: Wexford
Due to a completely healthy squad ready to go, the Wexford boss Brian O'Sullivan does not have any fitness concerns at all before this match.
Our assessment is that Wexford are capable enough to breach the defence of this Bray Wanderers team, however it probably won’t be enough to avoid a loss.
We reckon that it will be a tight encounter finishing with a 2-1 victory for Bray Wanderers when all is said and done. There looks to be little in this one.
Our expert partners are tipping under 3.5 goals for this match. Check out their VIP predictions here.
⚽️ Team Focus:
Stadium: Carlisle Grounds (7,000)
Chairman: Niall O’Driscoll
Manager: Gary Cronin
Competitions: First Division position 7